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  1. face recognition using dlib, without relying on cloud services or feeding images into third parties
    https://github.com/ageitgey/face_recognition
  2. browser-based AI neural network that crunches images into various styles. In a browser. In almost realtime.
    https://tenso.rs/demos/fast-neural-style
    Tags: by dnorman (2017-07-31)
  3. handy script to dynamically pull the first media from a post and use it as Featured Image if none already set. (won't do images linked from elsewhere, but that's probably good…). I need to pluginify this, so updates to the theme don't clobber the custom code in functions.php…
    https://www.gavick.com/blog/wordpress-automatically-set-post-featured-image
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2017-07-07)
  4. Plugin to embed 360° images on a wordpress post or page
    https://wordpress.org/plugins/cardboard
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2017-06-27)
  5. This video shows my MSc Robotics, Baxter teleportation project, at Plymouth University. A Geomagic Haptic Feedback Controller, is used to control the position of the robot's right end effector; and also provides force feedback to the operator, so that they can sense when the end effector is near an object, or feel the firmness/consistency of an object in the end effector's grippers, from the output of an FSR (Force Sensing Resistor) mounted on the inside of one gripper pincer; via the force feedback controller. A Kinect v2 gives the operator visual feedback of the robot's workspace; this position of which can be controlled via an Oculus Rift DK2 VR headset (from the position of the headset's builtin-in IMU). Kinect v2 colour images are displayed on the headset's screen to give the operator an immersive experience when controlling the robot arm; the operator also has the option to switch views from the Kinect v2 output, to the output of a camera built into Baxter's cuff (above the end effector). The operator should be able to control the robot arm as naturally as using their own arm to interact with objects within an environment; this project aim to achieve this goal.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X0PLx7iVjME
    Tags: , , , , by dnorman (2016-12-23)
  6. Openframe is an open source platform for artists, curators and art enthusiasts to share, discover and display digital art.

    Openframe is free. Anyone can set up a frame using an HDMI display and a Raspberry Pi.

    Openframe is a collaborative, on-going project. The platform consists of an API, a web app, and software for the RPi that currently supports images, video, web-based artwork, and shaders. Our goal is to create a system that is accessible and extensible, allowing artists to easily add support for new digital formats
    http://openframe.io
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2016-10-19)
  7. Holy crap. Machine learning to detect emotions in images or video. Woah.
    https://www.microsoft.com/cognitive-services/en-us/emotion-api
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    http://www.pyimagesearch.com/2015/05/...n-and-tracking-with-python-and-opencv
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2016-05-14)
  9. the displays on the 37 collaboration carts - lots of built-in functionality. Including, surprise! digital whiteboards with saving and emailing images of the boards. We have the 50" th-50lfb70u units.
    http://panasonic.net/prodisplays/products/lfb70
  10. DeepDive is a system to extract value from dark data. Like dark matter, dark data is the great mass of data buried in text, tables, figures, and images, which lacks structure and so is essentially unprocessable by existing software. DeepDive helps bring dark data to light by creating structured data (SQL tables) from unstructured information (text documents) and integrate such data with an existing structured database. DeepDive is used to extract sophisticated relationships between entities and make inferences about facts involving those entities. DeepDive helps one process a wide variety of dark data and put the results into a database. Once in a database, one can use a variety of standard tools that consume structured data, e.g., visualization tools like Tablaeu or analytics tools like Excel
    http://deepdive.stanford.edu
    Tags: , , by dnorman (2015-11-17)

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